I passed my 298. So I should have my MCSE now, right?

270, 227, 290, 291, 293, 294, 298 = MCSE

But my transcript shows the 298, but not the MCSE certification. Does that

take longer to go through?

"Dustin Harper" wrote:

> Basically, the opportunity to take the exam is gone. You will still earn

> your certifications if you take them before they are retired.

>

> Good luck!

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> "PedroAsani" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message

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> > So far, I have completed:

> >

> > 270

> > 290

> > 291

> > **227**

> > 293

> > 294

> >

> > which makes me an MCSA. I was working towards MCSE+Sec. If the 227 exam

> > were

> > to expire tomorrow:

> >

> > 1) Would I still be an MCSA?

> > 2) Would I still be able to get my MCSE with just the 298?

> > 3) Would I still be able to get my MCSE+Sec with just 298 and 350?

>